CENTERVILLE -- Wind gusts reached 70 mph in central Davis County Monday night and early Tuesday, but no significant damage has been reported.
Dispatchers report some downed tree limbs and power lines, but it appears dire predictions of a repeat of the 2011 winter windstorm haven't materialized.
Rocky Mountain Power reported that there were some households without power for a period of time in Centerville and Weber County, but power has been restored. In Centerville a power line was blown over and in Weber Canyon a transformer blew.
Utah Highway Patrol troopers were gearing up in high numbers Monday night, anticipating a heavy wind event from Bountiful to Tremonton on Interstate 15. But there were no reports of major wind-related incidents as of 8 a.m. today.
On Monday the UHP asked trucking associations throughout the area to issue warnings to those with tall vehicles to stay away from the Wasatch Front.The Utah Department of Transportation issued a travel warning about high winds and snow expected through this morning in parts of Utah. Extreme wind conditions were expected in several areas throughout the state.
Winds were continuing in the Top of Utah this morning.
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